Crew served weapons - Guide - UNITAF Force Manual (FM)




Crew served weapons
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FM/BG-112.V3.00 - Crew served weapons
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Crew served weapons are weapons which whether static or mobile, require multiple personnel to function properly. Good examples of Crew Served Weapons are Mortars or Artillery, or Heavy Machine Guns on static emplacements where when disassembled, require two people to be carried.

Published by Maj James on 11/12/2023 at 20:52

Previous Versions

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FM/BG-112.V2.00 - Crew served weapons
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Crew service refers to a weapon emplacement, either static or mobile, that requires multiple users to function properly. Such roles could be; driver, gunner, loader, etc. Various weapon systems, though used by a team, only require one individual to operate and are therefore, not crew served.

Published by 1Lt WhiteWolf on 20/11/2023 at 12:59
Guide
FM/BG-112.V1.00 - Crew served weapons
Guide

Crew service refers to a weapon emplacement, either static or mobile, that requires multiple users to function properly. Such roles could be; driver, gunner, loader, etc. Various weapon systems, though used by a team, only require one individual to operate and are therefore, not crew served.

Published by 1Lt WhiteWolf on 20/11/2023 at 12:59

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